• 5 g of glutamine per serving
  • Boosts recovery
  • Only 24 servings
8.2Overall Score

GNC appears to be zigging while others zag.

Instead of coming out with single ingredient products which seems to be the current industry trend, they’ve come out with a series of products like GNC Accelerator Glutamine specifically designed to be stacked with your other supplements.

More than just glutamine, here’s a glimpse at what you’re going to get with GNC Accelerator Glutamine.

Glutamine Benefits

GNC Accelerator Glutamine

Each serving is going to give you 5 grams of glutamine. And as a friendly reminder, here’s a few benefits you can expect from glutamine:

• Reduces delayed onset muscle soreness and promotes faster recovery

• Burns fat by helping the Krebs cycle to run more efficiently

• Boosts the immune system

• Fights stress by replenishing the body’s glutamine stores and preventing them from becoming depleted

More Than Just Glutamine

To further boost recovery and performance, GNC Accelerator Glutamine includes carnitine and turmeric. Carnitine boosts fat loss by effectively ensuring that the body is able to transport fat to the mitochondria of cells to be burned as fuel.

Addtionally, carnitine boosts your workout performance by buffering lactic acid and improving muscle ph balance. This delays the time it takes for you to feel that burning sensation in muscles, and improves endurance.

Turmeric works as an anti-inflammatory, which reduces stress and allows the body to recover faster.

GNC Accelerator Glutamine Value

GNC Accelerator Glutamine like the other products in the series breaks down to about a $1 a serving. Each container provides 24 servings, and it’s an easy way to boost recovery by adding it to your pre or post-workout nutrition.

Right now it’s available in mild flavors and fruit punch. The fruit punch is a pretty typical fruit punch flavor. I haven’t tried the mild flavors yet, but I’m assuming that’s their version of an unflavored powder. As far as mixability, I would say it’s comparable to your average pre-workout.

(Read other GNC Accelerator Reviews here and here.)

About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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